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Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia
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ISSN : 14112272     EISSN : 24076899     DOI : 10.17510
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Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia is a scholarly journal accredited by Decree of the Directorate General of Research Reinforcement and Development, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 60/E/KPT/2016, 13 November 2016. This journal of the Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, is a medium for scholarly discussion, description, and surveys concerning literature, linguistics, archaeology, history, philosophy, library and information studies, religion, art, and interdisciplinary studies. The journal is published twice a year.
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The diversity of fisheries based livelihoods in the Berau Delta, East Kalimantan Gunawan, Bambang Indratno
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Fisheries based livelihoods in the Berau Delta are diverse. The everyday life of small-scale fishers shows that gear diversification, changing fishing gear over a lifetime and practical knowledge to access good fishing grounds in the rich coastal waters are the main livelihood strategies developed by fishers. Fishing practices in the coastal frontier of Berau are influenced by the Bugis habitus of patronage networks between the punggawa and the dependent fishers. An essential element in the decision making of fishers is their embeddedness in political-economic patronage networks as the result of values, interests and knowledge contestations. Livelihood trajectories of different fishers from various classes confirm that as social actors, whether rich or poor, they have the agency to search for better livelihoods.
Willem Bobi, Meregenerasi manusia Asmat. Nabire: Lembaga Pendidikan Papua, 2014, xvi + 355 pp. ISBN 978-602-96659-4-9. Price: IDR 85.000, (soft cover). Sarwono, Solita
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Maritime Indonesia and the Archipelagic Outlook; Some reflections from a multidisciplinary perspective on old port cities in Java Lauder, Multamia RMT; Lauder, Allan F.
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The present paper reflects on Indonesia’s status as an archipelagic state and a maritime nation from a historical perspective. It explores the background of a multi-year research project into Indonesia’s maritime past currently being undertaken at the Humanities Faculty of Universitas Indonesia. The multidisciplinary research uses toponymy, epigraphy, philology, and linguistic lines of analysis in examining old inscriptions and manuscripts and also includes site visits to a number of old port cities across the archipelago. We present here some of the core concepts behind the research such as the importance of the ancient port cities in a network of maritime trade and diplomacy, and link them to some contemporary issues such as the Archipelagic Outlook. This is based on a concept of territorial integrity that reflects Indonesia’s national identity and aspirations. It is hoped that the paper can extend the discussion about efforts to make maritime affairs a strategic geopolitical goal along with restoring Indonesia’s identity as a maritime nation.
Preface Roosman, Lilie Mundalifah
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Gerard Termorshuizen, Een humaan koloniaal; Leven en werk van Herman Salomonson alias Melis Stoke, Amsterdam: Nijgh & Van Ditmar, 2015, 328 pp., illustrations. ISBN 978-9038800714. Price EUR 24.99. Snoek, Kees
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Binongko people’s life in Coral Island Hamid, Abd. Rahman
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This article looks at the life of Binongko people. The word “Binongko” is well known as a Buton migrant’s identity from Southeast Sulawesi in Maluku. In fact, it is a name of a rock island in Wakatobi district. Few people know about this fact. Binongko people built their world through the myth of La Patua Sakti and Putri Bidadari. Since the environment did not support farming activities, most of the people’s needs were supplied by the sea through sailing. This activity was as old as their history in this island. The people also developed their skills as blacksmiths, which supported sailing tradition. This profession was an old identity of Wakatobi. This island brought about: early migrants of Buton in Maluku, skilful sailors, and ulamas, who were hard-working people. This study finds the relationships between the environment, history and culture of Binongko people in Wakatobi area.
Language, culture, and social cognition Darmojuwono, Setiawati
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R. Cecep Eka Permana, Gambar tangan gua-gua prasejarah; Pangkep-Maros-Sulawesi Selatan. Jakarta: Wedatama Widya Sastra, 2014, xvii + 318 pp. ISBN 978-602-273-003-3. Price: IDR 55.250 (paperback). Anggraeni, Anggraeni
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In memoriam Benedict Anderson Kunming, Yunnan, 26 August 1936 – Batu, East Java, 13 December 2015 Budianta, Melani
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Susan Legêne, Bambang Purwanto, and Henk Schulte Nordholt (eds), Sites, bodies and stories; Imagining Indonesian history. Singapore: NUS Press, 2015, 312 pp. ISBN 978-9971-69-857-7. Price: USD 38 (paperback). Hägerdal, Hans
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